Saturday 1 June 2024


Windy Gyle, Northumberland National Park




We ask you to raise £100.

Tackle the hills with us!

Take in the panoramic views of the rolling hills that straddle the border between Scotland and Northumberland as we trek to the heights of Windy Gyle.

This route of full of beautiful landscapes and incredible border history, there will be plenty of stories to tell along the way!

This is a strenuous 10-mile guided walk, tackling upland terrain and will take approximately five to six hours to complete.

Secure your place!

When you purchase your place, we’ll send you a free GNAAS t-shirt as thank you so you can wear it on the day!

We’re asking you to raise £100 in sponsorship. This sponsorship will help us continue our mission to provide pre-hospital care to the region you will be crossing!

We’ll send you all the information you need to start your fundraising and to prepare for the challenge, look out for emails from us as well as your fundraising pack which will include a kit list, this will have everything you’ll need to take with you!

Terms and conditions

Book your slot!

Borders Walk frequently asked questions

Are dogs allowed?
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Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed to take part in this challenge.

How fast do I have to walk?
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We will be aiming to complete the challenge in five – six hours, however we will always walk at the speed of the person at the back.

What should I wear?
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We can’t predict the weather, so let’s hope for the best but prepare for all scenarios! Lots of layers allow you to find a comfortable temperature throughout the walk; a technical top, fleece, and lightweight waterproof are good go-to items.

Most importantly, make sure you have some sensible footwear – a pair of walking shoes you’re worn comfortably before, with good grip to tackle the terrain.

Is it suitable for children?
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For this challenge you must be 12+ and anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Book your place now!

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